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Announcing Cisco Prime Data Center Network Manager 6.1

July 11, 2012 - 0 Comments

Do you have different management tools for your Storage and Ethernet Networks? For IT Administrators who need to manage them, using these various management applications can be a daunting task. Cisco announced last week the release of Prime Data Center Network Manager (DCNM) 6.1. DCNM is now part of the Prime portfolio of Infrastructure Management products that focuses on holistic, single pane of glass management of Cisco’s Unified Fabric.

Cisco Prime DCNM 6.1 provides a robust framework and comprehensive feature set that meets the routing, switching, and storage administration needs of present and future virtualized data centers. DCNM offers visibility into the virtualized hosts by integrating with industry standard hypervisors and provides host-tracking capability to easily manage and diagnose virtual and physical servers.

Cisco DCNM streamlines the provisioning of the Unified Fabric and proactively monitors LAN and SAN components unlocking the power of the NX-OS Software feature set. Offering an exceptional level of visibility and control via a single dashboard for the Cisco Nexus®, Cisco Unified Computing System™, and Cisco MDS 9000 Family products, Cisco DCNM is the Cisco recommended solution for managing mission-critical data centers.

Want to see more? See Jimmy Ray on Techwise TV and how DCNM is an integral part of today’s Data Centers.



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